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September 6/05 1:33 am - Parisian Signs with Tiaa-Cref, CCES Announces Compliance with Athlete Whereabouts Program, IMBA Trail Crew In Waterloo

Posted by Editoress on 09/6/05

Nation Road Champion François Parisian Signs with Tiaa-Cref for 2006
Courtesy François Parisian


"My choice was influenced mainly owing to the fact that this team will be based in Spain and will allow me take part in many races in Europe. This will allow me to keep a "foot" in the European circuit while remaining in a part of the world that I love. Also, will enable me to get some exposure on the American circuit, since I will have to return to the United States to take part in the races Important races like the Tour of Georgia. I will be able to return at home often, while keeping the best of both worlds." said Parisien.

He also noted that the sporting director being Jonathan Vaughters also influenced his choice.

The 1 year contract comes with option for 2007.

Je suis heureux d’officialiser ma signature avec l’équipe professionnelle américaine Tiaa-Cref.

Entrée en communication avec le directeur sportif Jonathan Vaughters il y a quelque temps, nous en sommes venus à une entente pour l’année 2006 avec une option sur l’année 2007.

Mon choix fut influencé en grande partie du fait que cette équipe sera basée en Espagne et du même coup, participera à de nombreuse course en europe. Ceci me permettra de garder un « pied » dans le circuit européen tout en restant dans une partie du monde que j‘aime.

Aussi, cela me permettra de me faire découvrir sur le circuit américain puisque je serai appelé à revenir au Etats-Unis pour participer aux courses d’importance comme le tour de Georgie.

J’aurai donc la chance de revenir chez moi plus souvent, tout en gardant le meilleur des deux monde.

IMBA Trail Crew IN Waterloo

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) wishes to advise the sport community that, as of October 1, 2005, it will implement the compliance component of the revised Athlete Whereabouts Program Guidelines which accompany the Canadian Anti-Doping Program.

Programme de localisation des athlètes ˆ Obligation de fournir des renseignements

Le Centre canadien pour l'éthique dans le sport (CCES) tient à informer la communauté sportive qu'à compter du 1er octobre 2005, les athlètes seront tenus d'observer l'obligation de se conformer aux
Lignes directrices sur le Programme de localisation des athlètes révisées connexes au Programme canadien antidopage.

IMBA Coming to Waterloo, Ontario September 8-11

The International Mountain Bicycling Association is coming to Waterloo, ON, for an IMBA Trailbuilding School and you're invited to join in the special events. Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew leaders, Chris Bernhardt and Jill Van Winkle will partner with the Waterloo Cycling Club (, the Region of Waterloo, the Chicopee Ski Club (, and the Guelph Off Road Bicycling Association ( for a weekend of talking trails.

This visit features an an IMBA Trailbuilding School and trailwork. All events are FREE! This is your opportunity to rub shoulders with the IMBA crew while learning all about trailbuilding. Check out all the details below and come join in the fun.

You are receiving this email as an IMBA member or contact. Please help us get the word out and forward this invitation to other area mountain bikers, land managers, and trail users!

If these events are too far away for you to attend, we understand. We sent you this email not only to invite you but also to let you know about the important work IMBA is doing in your area.

View the complete Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew schedule

6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. IMBA Trailbuilding School - Classroom Session The school includes three hours of classroom instruction followed by hands-on time in the field learning trailbuilding techniques. Topics include designing a contour trail, controlling water flow, building effective trail structures, and routine trail maintenance.

King Street Cycles
2 King Street South,
Waterloo, ON
N2J 1N8
Tel. : 519-746-193

9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. IMBA Trailbuilding School - Field Session The fieldwork will be hands-on trailbuilding, so come prepared. You'll probably be most comfortable in long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water, snacks, work gloves, sunscreen, and a hat. If you have any trailbuilding tools--pulaskis, McLeods, rakes, picks, hoes, shovels--please bring them, too.

9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Field Session
12 - 1:30 p.m Barbecue provided and prepared by King Street Cycles
1:30 - 4:30 p.m. Field session

9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Group ride

SPACE IS LIMITED - PRE-REGISTRATION MANDATORY. All the participants are required to attend the classroom session on Friday evening School. Please register with Ron Head: Send inquiries to Igor Dragoslavic:

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